The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by flynbrian48, Nov 30, 2017.
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I always build at ride height with the size of tires and wheels the car will have on it when finished, that's how important stance is.
Are you sure it was this one?
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...just got my 55 on the road, so far so good...
My old 64 Nova. Nice car but it's gone now
It is good to see that we mostly agree on the importance of wheels and stance. It is clear that we do not agree on what that is exactly, but that is OK. But posting pictures of the same car over and over serves no purpose, especially if it is your car.
Here is mine again with new wheels / tires. Glen
Here is my cabriolet's updated stance since I replaced the stock 4 banger with a 1965 Buick Gran Sport 425 cubic inch engine. Note that the wishbone is NOT split.
To say the car is responsive is a tremendous understatement.
For my money, no body nails stance better than Ryan does.
Yes they can!
I've got a choice to make .... top one is today, bottom one what I'd like to have her look like.
15’s front - 16’s rear
The top photo is my '40 when I bought it and the bottom photo is what it looks like now. Put front bumper on car
along with all the stainless trim, had Nostalgia Sid drop front axle 2", changed wheels and tires.
Daylight/ Dark difference on that '40!
When your paint looks like this, wheels and stance is all you got!
In your case, wheels and stance is all you need! That Poncho looks great just like that!
Thanks for the kind words! It's a fun ride! First time at the strip the car went 10.74 @ 124 mph through the exhaust.
My 1948 Tudor
I like bigs 'n' littles on everything...!
Wheel change was much better also !! JMHO ...
35 I was brief caretaker of. I updated it with the chrome rims and pinner white wall.. photo by Trent S.
my ole 62 Mercury.
my 49 Coupe
My trucks wheels and stance, not to bad. My dogs,....not so much.
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